A new study by Two Sides North America outlines some of the key facts on why paperless initiatives do not save trees.
Quad/Graphics worked with National Grid to install new equipment via National Grid’s Energy Efficiency Incentive program.
The RIT School of Media Sciences has joined as a SGP Resource Partner, and has created a course, “Sustainability in the Graphic Arts.”
The William D. Schaeffer Environmental Award is given to an individual who has made significant contributions to the printing industry.
It's been said by many strong voices, including Forbes as early as 2010, there is "no sustainability without transparency." To tackle customer skepticism and growing expectations of truly sustainable performance, companies must be increasingly willing to share information on their efforts to improve CSR and their impacts across multiple touch points.
For the fifth consecutive year, Appleton Coated has earned a Green Master Award from the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council.
Verizon is telling customers that switching to e-billing is good for the environment. Two Sides is trying to set the record straight.
Lynn Krinsky, president of Stella Color in Seattle, was unanimously elected to serve as chair of the SGP’s board of directors.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognized Appleton Coated as one of the Top 100 Partner companies.
The world's first office papermaking system that turns waste paper into new paper has been developed by Epson. Paperlab will be demonstrated at Tokyo Big Sight from Dec. 10-12. With this new product, Epson aims to give new value to paper and stimulate recycling. Epson plans to put the new PaperLab into commercial production in Japan in 2016, with sales in other regions to be decided at a later date.